Today's Broadcast//October 15
Our words are incredibly powerful and can do a lot of damage. Pastor J.D. reminds us that the words we choose can either wound, or they can heal.
Being able to navigate conflict is an important life skill. But Pastor J.D. explains that there’s an even more important reason for us to learn how to forgive!
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Nobody likes fighting with someone they love. And yet, when we’re close to someone, there’s bound to be some conflict. So how do we navigate disagreements without resorting to a shouting match?
Whether it’s with your spouse, your boss, or your teenage kid, we’ve all got relationships that can use some work! So Pastor J.D. is offering some practical advice on dealing with conflict.
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Most of us really do want to know God’s will for our lives. But Pastor J.D. explains that God has already made his will known!
When you’re facing a big decision, you might wish could would send you a sign to tell you exactly what you’re supposed to do. But Pastor J.D. explains why God doesn’t usually work that way.
Pastor J.D. is describing the only cure for our wandering hearts as he wraps up our study of the Minot Prophets titled, Come Back to Me.
As Pastor J.D. continues our study of the Minor Prophets, he challenges us to look at our hearts to see what’s motivating our religious activity.
Habakkuk wrote during a time when the people of Judah were in spiritual, economic, and political decline. And yet, through it all, Habakkuk gives us a picture of gospel-powered hope.
At some point or another, we’ve all asked the question, “Where was God when my life went wrong?” But Pastor J.D. explains how we can have hope that will carry us through the painful seasons.